Art In America

Nightclubbing in the Library: Danceteria Lounge Recreated at NYU

Titled the GoNightclubbing Video Lounge, the installation (through May 31) is a re-creation of the original Danceteria Video Lounge, located in the eponymous nightclub, which was famed for its confluence of punk rock musicians and downtown artists...

Exhibitors for Frieze 2014 Are Announced

Frieze New York has announced the 190 contemporary galleries that will participate in the third edition of the fair, housed in a large tent in Randall's Island Park (May 9-12, 2014).

Inside the Art Bars

Bars have been as essential to the New York art world as its galleries and museums. Eleven artists reflect on the downtown institutions where creative inspiration could flow as freely as the drinks.  

Gaston Lachaise

There is a dark, psychosexual underside to the work of sculptor Gaston Lachaise (1882-1935), familiar for his many outsize female nudes scattered in museums across the U.S. 

Mark Robbins Leaves ICP for Rome

Mark Robbins, executive director of Manhattan's International Center of Photography (ICP), will leave the organization this month after serving for a year.

Beasts of Southern New York: One Year After Sandy

A year after Hurricane Sandy, the deadliest storm of the 2012 season and the second-costliest in U.S. history, artists, dealers, writers and community leaders have combined efforts for "Come Together: Surviving Sandy," a massive, multi-floor "pop-up...

Nicole Cherubini

  Nicole Cherubini's first solo show with the gallery (in the past she's shown elsewhere with fellow sculptor Taylor Davis as Davis, Cherubini) includes nine floor sculptures and five wall-mounted pieces in materials like terra-cotta, glazed...

Ab-Ex Dada

At New York's Stable Gallery in 1953, Marcel Duchamp examined a wooden container studded with iron spikes and containing four loose stones.

Art Basel Miami Beach Announces Exhibitor List

Art Basel has announced the 258 galleries that will participate in the 12th edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach (Dec. 5-Dec. 8), the glitzy art fair that draws celebrities, dealers, artists and collectors from around the globe to the Miami Beach...

Four Million for CCL’s Next Five Years

Among the program's alumni are Gary Tinterow (director, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston) Colin B. Bailey (soon to be director of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco), Michael Taylor (director, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth University) and...

Artist-run Glasgow

Glasgow is famous for artist-run spaces and grassroots initiatives that have been launching and sustaining careers for at least three decades.

2013 Carnegie International Artist List Released

The exhibition, which has been held every three to five years since its inaugural outing in 1896, will feature special commissions installed in the museum's galleries, as well as at off-site locations. This is the 56th edition.

Michelle Ross

A respected abstract painter and teacher at the Oregon College of Art and Craft, Michelle Ross is a 2012 winner of the coveted Hallie Ford Fellowship in the Visual Arts. In this exhibition of four works (all 2012), she fulfilled what she began...

Blues for Smoke

With the recent “Pacific Standard Time” program of postwar art shows, and now the Museum of Contemporary Art’s “Blues for Smoke,” Los Angeles has emerged as a place to challenge curatorial conventions.

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